Publications in Dutch
1985 Sterkwater (Ambo/de Prom)
1991 Materiaal (Ambo/de Prom
1997 Het Feestmaal (Meulenhoff)
1992 Argelozen in het Circus (Toth)
2000 De Beul (Meulenhoff)
Poetry and Prose in magazines
De Revisor. Surplus. Perdu. Nieuw Vlaams Tijdschrift. Hollands Maansblad. Lover.
Anthologies Published by: Bert Bakker, De Bezige Bij, Ambo, Contact. Querido.
A book of poetry translations from French into Dutch of erotic poems by Verlaine and Rimbaud published by Vasalucci.
Translations of her work have appeared inRaven Introductions , Poetry Ireland Review, La Buenos Aires Ajena (Emece).
News paper Articles for de Volkskrant en NRC
Judith Mok wrote a column for Lovera literary Magazine from1996 till 1998
Dutch /French Awards
for an unpublished manuscript to be written in French by a Dutch author Judith Mok was selected for the Prix de l’Academie Francaise and invited to spend three days at the Academie.
Publications in English
Gael 2006 (Telegram/Saqi Books, London)
Pirates 2006 (Telegram/Saqi Books, London)
Gods of Babel poetry collection 2011 (Salmon, Ireland)
Prose pieces published in Anthologies
Short story Pirates 2006 (Telegram/Saqi Books, London)
A treasury of Sunday Miscellany edited by Marie Heaney 2009
Sunday Miscellany 2006
Sunday Miscellany 2004
The quiet quarter 2004
The quiet quarter - ten years of Great Irish Writing 2009
The stinging Fly 2008
The Clifden Anthology 2012
Irish Women Poets UCD 2015
Levure Literaire a European Anthology no 12 2016
Poetry in Magazines and Anthologies
Poems in Between two Waves edited by Pieter van der Kamp 1998
Poems in Raven Introductions
Poems in Landing Places (Dedalus Press)
The Stinging Fly
Poetry Ireland Review
The Cimarron Review(USA)
The Burning Bush
The Stony Thursday Book
Levure Literaire European Anthology no 12 ( Germany)
Prose pieces over a period of ten years
for RTE radio 1 and Lyric Fm
Sunday Miscellanyto be heard back on RTE 1 radio podcasts
News paper Articles for the Irish Times and Sunday Independent
Articles for the New Music Magazine
Short story “Pirates” shortlisted for the Francis Mc Manus Award 2007
Short story“Where is the Party” shortlisted for the Francis Mc Manus Award 2008
Arts Council Mobility Award in 2003 Judith Mok received an Arts Council LiteraryGrant in 2008 and in 2012.
In 2016 Judith Mok was awarded The Patrick Kavanagh Fellowship for Poetry.